Slideshow: Warren Homecoming

Barbara Murray of Warren, a 1965 Warren G. Harding graduate, applauds the WGH Madrigals during the Warren Homecoming Saturday afternoon. Tribune Chronicle / R. Michael Semple
Divinity Owens, 6, enjoys a slice of Sunrise pizza while visiting her grandmother Jeannette Sanders of Warren while attending the Warren Homecoming 2017. Owens is from Wilmington, N.C. Tribune Chronicle / R. Michael Semple
Kaitlin Richter from Cockeye BBQ prepares a BBQ sandwich at the Warren Homecoming Saturday aftewrnoon. Tribune Chronicle / R. Michael Semple
Sharon McCourt Rinko, left, a 1967 Warren Western Reserve grad, sells a Prince's sub sandwich to Elaine Schuller, also a 1967 Reserve graduate, while attending the Warren Homecoming 2017 Saturday afternoon. Prince's was a popular sub sandwich shop across the street from Warren G. Harding High School on Elm Road many years ago. Tribune Chronicle / R. Michael Semple
Tribune Chronicle/Andy Gray This is the literary landmark plaque for Warren native Earl Derr Biggers that was dedicated Saturday at the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library as part of Warren Homecoming 2017.
Tribune Chronicle/Andy Gray Kathy Stouffer of Warren looks at some of the Earl Derr Biggers memorabilia on display in the Thomas Meeting Room of the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library before the dedication of a literary landmark marker for Biggers, a Warren native who created the character Charlie Chan.
Main Street Lions perform at the Party on Park at the corner of South Park and Franklin Street SW on Saturday afternoon during the Warren Homecoming. Tribune Chronicle / R. Michael Semple
Warren G. Harding Madrigals Kiara Vazquez, 17, left, and Isaiah Salter, 18, both seniors, perform a musical number at the Warren Homecoming 2017 Saturday afternoon. Tribune Chronicle / R. Michael Semple
Tribune Chronicle/Andy Gray Keith Hurd of Mecca checks out the literary landmark plaque for Warren native Earl Derr Biggers that was dedicated Saturday at the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library.
Maggie Burroughs Potozney, left, Sharon McCourt Rinko, center, and Sue Preece Tobias, all Warren Western Reserve High School graduates, sell the original Prince's sub sandwiches at the Warren Homecoming 2017 Saturday afternoon. Prince's was a popular sub shop across the street from Warren G. Harding High School on Elm Road many years ago. Tribune Chronicle / R. Michael Semple
Tom Hodgson, a 1964 Warren G. Harding graduate and the Warren Western Reserve High School band director from 1974-1979, enjoys a BBQ sandwich at the Warren Homecoming 2017 Saturday afternoon. Tom and his wife Jan now live in Syracuse, Indiana. Tribune Chronicle / R. Michael Semple
Karen and John Bishop, 1964 Warren G. Harding High School graduates, returned home from Greenwood, S.C., for the Warren Homecoming 2017. Tribune Chronicle / R. Michael Semple
Wendy Sfikas of Warren, a 1995 Warren G. Harding High School graduate, left, and her daughter Kiara, 14, a ninth-grader at Harding, get their Prince's sub sandwich, which was a very hot commodity, while attending the Warren Homecoming 2017 Saturday. Tribune Chronicle / R. Michael Semple
Warren G. Harding High School Madrigals and New Tomorrows Singers perform at the Warren Homecoming 2017 Saturday afternoon on Courthouse Square. Tribune Chronicle / R. Michael Semple
People young and old turned out for the Warren Homecoming 2017 Saturday afternoon. Tribune Chronicle / R. Michael Semple

Here are some highlights from Saturday’s events at Warren Homecoming 2017.